Admissions

meta-content related to the admissions process

What is the difference between a matriculated student and a non-matriculated student?

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Matriculated students apply to Alfred State through the admissions process and are accepted into a particular program. Non-matriculated students can take one or more courses through The Center for Community Education and Training without going through the admissions process.

How do I access BannerWeb?

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  1. In Banner Web click Continue, then click on: Enter Secure Area
  2. Login: Enter your Social Security Number - e.g., 999999999 - or your Alfred State College Student ID Number, and your login PIN.

First Time Users

The first time you login to Banner Web your user ID will be your 800 ID#. If you do not know this you can use your SS#. The PIN will be sent shortly after applying to the mailing address you provided on your Alfred State application.

After you enter your user ID and PIN, you will be asked to create a new login PIN (six characters, alpha, numeric digits, or a combination of both.) This screen will ask you to re-enter your initial PIN (which is randomly generated) and then enter your new six-character PIN, and to verify your new PIN. Click on Login.

Returning Users

Use the login PIN number you created the first time you used the system. If you have forgotten your PIN, enter your User ID (Social Security # or your 800 Student Number), and click on Forgot Pin. Your self-established hint question will appear. When you answer this question correctly, Banner Web will allow you to reset your PIN. Please remember your response to your hint question is case sensitive.

NOTE: WHEN CREATING YOUR NEW LOGIN PIN, BE SURE TO MAKE IT: 1) easy to remember, and 2) a six-character alpha-numeric PIN. The feature requiring you to submit a self-established hint question and answer will assist you if you forget your PIN in the future.

How do I register for an Online, Credit Course?

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Register and pay for credit courses using the Continuing Education Registration form* on BannerWeb. *Please note that this process may only be used by non-matriculated students to register for credit courses.

See CCET's Registration Instructions page for more information.  

Alumni & Friends: 

Can I have a car?

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Students may have a car. There is a $95 vehicle registration fee for all vehicles parked on campus. Vehicles must be registered at the Parking Registration Office, located in the Theta Gamma House. It is not necessary to have a car. Many areas of interest are within a short walking distance. There is a free shuttle service around the campus throughout the day. There is also a free shuttle service to and from the Wellsville campus. Several times during the week there will be shuttle service to Hornell or Wellsville.

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Are there scholarships available? How do I apply?

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There are many scholarships available. Scholarships are based on academic merit. The consideration process for scholarships varies. Some scholarships will require a separate application or additional information. There are other scholarships available which will be considered as part of the application process. For further information: Scholarships.

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What is the yearly cost of attendance?

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Please refer to our tuition and costs page for an updated list of expenses, sorted by New York State resident, non-resident, and part-time online. 
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When should I pay my deposit?

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The deposit is due within 30 days after acceptance. It is EXTREMEMLY IMPORTANT that you turn in your deposit in a timely fashion. The deposit will hold your space in your program, a place in the residence halls and will secure any scholarships that you may receive. If you do not pay your deposit by the due date, you may lose your space in the program and any scholarships which you may have qualified for. The deposit is fully refundable up until May 1. To receive a refund of your deposit you must contact the Admissions Office in writing prior to May 1.

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What is the employment/transfer rate?

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In our most recent placement survey, 99% of our graduates either found jobs or went on to pursue four-year degrees.

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